West Virginia University announced they plan to suspend classes as they transition into online instruction amid the Coronavirus outbreak.
The news was announced Tuesday evening by a post to social media and a letter from the university’s president. WVU plans to suspend classes from March 23-27 as they transition into online class instruction.
Beginning on Monday, March 30 all class instruction will be delivered remotely via online classes or another learning platform, according to the institution. All online-only courses will not be affected and continue as originally scheduled. Also, the university advised students that went on spring break to remain home.
The school is also suspending all international travel as well as domestic travel that is non-essential University-related business.